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#1 Romain Breuer

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Posted 19 January 2009 - 02:52 AM

Can someone explain to me the column shifts due to ADR adjustments during the search procedure in night combat.Do I only shift the die result or do I also shift the range?In the example with the Italian ship; if this ship had a left column shift, am I right that she will acquire another ship up to 8000 yards with a roll of 3?

#2 Cpt M

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Posted 26 January 2009 - 08:53 PM

Can someone explain to me the column shifts due to ADR adjustments during the search procedure in night combat.Do I only shift the die result or do I also shift the range?

You would shift the die roll needed for acquistion.

In the example with the Italian ship; if this ship had a left column shift, am I right that she will acquire another ship up to 8000 yards with a roll of 3?

That would be correct. Normally, at 8000yds the ship in question would acquire a ship with a roll of 1. With a 1 column shift to the left, the die roll needed would go up to 1-3. The range stays the same while the chance to acquire increases.




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